Introduction to Video
Date: 23rd March 2023
Location: The John F. Kennedy Arboretum, New Ross, Co. Wexford.
Cost: Free – Purchase of inshot editing phone app required – Cost approximately €10
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Screen Wexford and Wexford filmmaker Therese Dalton will present a one-day ‘Introduction to Video’ workshop.
This workshop will focus on creating shooting and editing workflows on your phone.
It will aim to give you an understanding of the basics of video production including planning, filming and editing.
The world of video production can seem a little overwhelming at first, but our workshop will help you to become familiar with the world of video production can seem a little overwhelming at first, but our workshop will help you to become familiar with the three main stages involved in creating video content. Whether you are creating a short film, documentary or promotional video for your business. Most videos follow the same steps and our goal will be to give you an understanding of how to create videos of your own using traditional tools such as a camera and laptop or your smartphone.h the three main stages involved in creating video content.
Whether you are creating a short film, documentary or promotional video for your business. Most videos follow the same steps and our goal will be to give you an understanding of how to create videos of your own using your smartphone.
The workshop will focus on using your phone as a tool to create videos. The editing will be completed with the InShot app. InShot is a powerful video editing app that lets you merge clips or add filters, effects, and music to create beautiful, shareable videos on your phone.
We will cover:
- Pre-Production: The planning stage. How can you best prepare to shoot your video?
- Production: Shooting your video. What do you need to know about camera, lighting, and audio equipment to best execute your vision? How to get the best results out of your smartphone using everyday items.
- Post-Production: Editing your video. How do you put all the final pieces together to present your final video? Learn about editing software available on your phone/tablet and how to use it to create an engaging film.
Over the course of our Introduction to Video workshop, we will give you an overview of each of these stages helping you understand how to approach creating videos of your own. This workshop will be run by Wexford filmmaker Therese Dalton who facilitates a range of video-based educational training including the Wexford Youth Film programme. Therese will walk participants through the fundamentals of filmmaking and the editing process to create engaging short films.
Screen Wexford is an initiative of Wexford County Council’s Arts and Economic Development departments, the aim of which is to support the development of the ever-growing Film and AV sector.
Screen Wexford is committed to providing training, funding opportunities and mentorships for new and emerging filmmakers as well as growing a diverse regional pool of creative talent and crew. The aim is to provide opportunities within the industry for those who at present may feel precluded from a career within the sector and to nurture a diverse range of talent from all backgrounds and an inclusive and evolving screen industries workforce.
This workshop is Free
Apply Now: Closed